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valuable than finding a mentor. here's alfred edmond, jr., senior vice president and editor-at-large at "black enterprise." >> what you've heard is true-- the best teacher is not experience, it's other people's experience. that's why it's important for new entrepreneurs to effectively network with more established business owners. here's how: first, be genuinely curious about their business. look for ways to be supportive and helpful. if you are in the market for their services, consider becoming a customer. no one commands attention like a paying client. also, if there's a local chamber of commerce or other business group, become an active member. attend events such as the black enterprise entrepreneurs conference, where you can identify and connect with business mentors. use social media, especially twitter and linkedin, to connect with entrepreneurs you respect and admire. don't just promote yourself; go out of your way to share useful information, and to be supportive of their social media messages and agenda. the entrepreneurs you do this for will likely reciprocate, an
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Search Results 0 to 13 of about 14 (some duplicates have been removed)